The ball is spotted at the 2 yard line in the NFL and 3 yard line in College.
It is snapped from the 3 yard line.
from the 2
In US professional football (NFL) , the ball is spotted at the 2-yard line, the same location as the line of scrimmage for a kicked extra point (which actually travels 15 yards, from near the 5 yard line to the goalposts). The NCAA (college football) places it at the 3-yard line. Canadian football places the ball at the 5-yard line.
Im pretty sure it is on the two yard line
two yard line same as an extra point A conversion attempt begins from the same place no matter what the offense chooses to do on that play.
Attempt an extra (1) point, by kicking a field goal.Attempt a (2)-point conversion by running or passing it, an the line of scrimmage is at the 5-yard line.
yes the 35 yard line
In the NFL, after a touchdown the ball is placed at the two yard line. In college ball, after a touchdown the ball is placed at the three yard line. That would make an extra point 19-20 yards in length.
It is about a 14 yard field goal.
Two yards out.
The ball is placed at the 2 yard line in the NFL and the 3 yard line in college football.
It depends on the league and level of football, but in the NFL, the football is normally placed on the 2 yard line for both a point-after kick or a 2-point conversion attempt. In high school, it's placed on the 3 yard line. CFL rules put it on the 5 yard line.
In the NFL, the ball is placed at the two yard line for the PAT. In college, the ball is placed at the three yard line for the PAT.
after a touchdown is scored, the ball is placed on the two yard line and the team attempts an extra point field goal. on extra point and field goal trys, the ball is hiked back seven yards to the holder and the kicker kicks it.